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What are the effects of the early second astrogenic vaccine

Updated May 7, 2021, 11:14 am

  • In Germany, the vaccine can now be made even faster: the corona vaccine of astrogenene has been released to everyone.
  • Everyone in AstraZeneca should be allowed to be vaccinated from the weekend after consulting with the family doctor.
  • At the same time, the time may be reduced to the second required vaccination – however, many experts criticize this possibility.

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The second summer of corona epidemic is approaching. Especially Recovered and fully vaccinated The warmer months are relatively carefree and, above all, you can enjoy them without trials.

But since Thursday, more and more German citizens have been able to respond in a timely manner Vaccine Hope for a relatively normal summer. Because Federal Health Minister Jens Spann, along with his country colleagues, decided, Completely violate the priority of the astrogenic vaccine by a standard priority list.

The relief was also sealed by the Federal Council on Friday. If the regulation is now quickly published in the Federal Law Gazette, the easing will already apply over the weekend.

Since then, corona vaccines made by a Swedish-British manufacturer are possible for everyone if they decide to do so with their doctor. “That is, when vaccinating at the doctor’s office, doctors decide who gets vaccinated and when.” CDU politician Spaan said. Together with the patient, they can also determine how quickly the required second vaccine will be followed.

This result has long-term consequences – for a summer vacation without trials, but also for the effectiveness of AstraZeneca and the vaccine protection of the general population.

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AstraZeneca performance increases after twelve weeks

“Many people now want a second vaccination earlier, towards the summer – with AstraZeneca it is also possible in the approval process,” he said. Spawn In WDR. In fact, in consultation with the vaccine, the federal-state resolution should allow physicians to set the interval for the second astrogenic vaccine between four and twelve weeks.

Those who are fully estrogeno-vaccinated may have to wait a short time until corona restrictions no longer apply. However, at the same time, in the case of the previous second syringe there is sometimes the disadvantage of low efficiency.

The Vaccine Authority recommends a 12-week interval between the first and second dose of preparation.

Its background is the observations that lead to better performance over long distances. According to the European Commission EMA report, the effectiveness of two vaccines with an interval of four to eight weeks is 50.4 percent. At twelve weeks or more, it increases from 72.1 percent to 82.4 percent.

Why Lotterbach advises against an early second AstraZeneca vaccine

SPD health politician Carl Lauterbach gives another reason to recommend a second vaccine “under any circumstances” four weeks later, and a different approach “makes more sense” from an epidemiological point of view: many early astrogenic second vaccines postpone first vaccinations behind other citizens. This reduces the safety of the final vaccine, explaining that “this is not a benefit for mutations in the fall”. Lotterback On Twitter.

7.4 million or 8.8 percent of all German citizens are currently vaccinated. Soon every third person will have at least one first injection: 31.5 percent. Everyone between the ages of 12 and 18 should get the vaccine offer by the end of August. However, the prerequisite is that the vaccine from Biotech / Pfizer, as expected, is allowed from the age of 12 in June, as Spaan said. He is still only recognized from the 16th. (dpa / mf)

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Individual cases of cerebral nerve thrombosis have been reported following the administration of the astrogenic vaccine. Marcus Scholes of the Medical Information Institute at the University of Leipzig classifies the risks of vector vaccines.